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K. S. Collins et al. 2014

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K. S. Collins, J. S. Crampton, and M. Hannah. 2014. Stratocladistic analysis and taxonomic revision of the character-poor New Zealand crassatellid bivalves Spissatella and Eucrassatella. Journal of Molluscan Studies 81:104-123 [A. Hendy/A. Hendy]
Metadata
ID number:  55089
Created:  2015-04-17 17:50:13
Modified:  2015-04-17 22:50:13
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Crassatella ampla belongs to Crassatella' according to Zittel 1863
'Crassatella ampla is recombined as Eucrassatella ampla' according to K. S. Collins et al. 2014
'Crassatella ampla is recombined as Crassatellites amplus' according to Harris 1897
'Crassatella attenuata belongs to Crassatella' according to Hutton 1873
'Crassatella attenuata is recombined as Crassatellites attenuatus' according to Harris 1897
'Crassatella attenuata is recombined as Eucrassatella attenuata' according to Suter 1914
'Crassatellites maudensis is recombined as Eucrassatella maudensis' according to K. S. Collins et al. 2014
'Crassatellites maudensis is recombined as Spissatella maudensis' according to Darragh 1965
'Eucrassatella attenuata is a subjective synonym of Eucrassatella ampla' according to K. S. Collins et al. 2014
'Eucrassatella concisa is a subjective synonym of Eucrassatella scopalveus' according to K. S. Collins et al. 2014
'Eucrassatella marshalli belongs to Eucrassatella' according to Powell 1931
'Eucrassatella marshalli belongs to Eucrassatella' according to K. S. Collins et al. 2014
'Eucrassatella belongs to Crassatellidae' according to K. S. Collins et al. 2014
'Spissatella scopalveus concisa belongs to Spissatella scopalveus' according to Finlay 1926
'Spissatella scopalveus concisa is recombined as Eucrassatella concisa' according to Crampton and Maxwell 2000
'Spissatella scopalveus belongs to Spissatella' according to Finlay 1926
'Spissatella scopalveus is recombined as Eucrassatella scopalveus' according to K. S. Collins et al. 2014